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Protease (60cps) Enzyme, 10 strain, 25 billion Probiotic (50 cps), Prebotic (50cps) 1/2 oz Potassium Liquid Iodide (SSKI), 4 oz Panacea, 8oz Mineral Soda, (50 cps) Prebotics, (50 Probiotic) 1/2 lb Liver Forgiver support herbal tea, Serrapeptase (60 cps)


Usage:


Take 3 Protease (enzyme) on an empty stomach 2x per day. Take 3 Proboitics 30 minutes later. Place 2-3 drops of Potassium Iodide on each wrist or behind the ear 2x daily. Apply, Rub (topically) the Panacea over the feet, colon, and the liver area at least 2x per day.

Take in addition to the Protease, take 3 Serrapeptase on an empty stomach 2x per day. Take 3 Prebotics with the Probotics 2x per day. Make 24 oz of the Liver forgiver 2x per day.

Liver Forgiver: Dandelion Root, Plantain Leaf, Milk Thistle seed, and Astragulus Root. Powdered.


PreBotics – feed good bacteria, Living Herbal Farmacy’s Prebotics has been tested to increase probotics by 2400% and destroy the outer shells of bad bacteria. A Natural antibotic.


Distilled Pine Sap

Jennifer Daniels, MD, discovered that American slaves had a secret remedy that kept them free of diseases: (Click Here) a teaspoon of turpentine mixed with a teaspoon of white sugar, taken for short
periods several times each year. She adopted this as a successful Candida therapy: Turpentine-The_Candida_Cleaner+-Dr.Daniels - Slowly pour a teaspoon of turpentine over sugar cubes or a rounded teaspoon of white sugar to soak it all up. Then chew the cubes or soaked sugar and wash the mixture down with water. Dr Daniels generally recommends doing this twice a week for several weeks, but initially daily with long-term Candida. Continue until the problem is fixed – which can happen surprisingly quickly. On Internet forums, I found some testimonials showing that this therapy indeed worked for these people. (Suppressed Book on such remedies)

Paula Canner was sick with cancer that had already spread (metastasis) and lost 14kilograms. Surgery was used to remove [a large part] of her intestines. It was too late for another operation, a colostomy, because she became paralyzed and her rectum became atomic. Even her right kidney was attacked by the cancer. According to her doctors, her condition was hopeless. After an eight-day stay-in the hospital she was sent home as an incurable patient. She was given two days to live.

While lying at home, paralyzed, she remembered what the soldiers used to say when they were at Bosnia and Herbage during World War I. They said that the people of those towns used to drink kerosene, (Turpentine) to cure all types of illnesses and also used it as a substance for rubbing-down the sick. She asked someone to buy her some distilled kerosene at a drugstore in Insbruk. When she received, it, immediately she took one tablespoon. In less than an hour there was a slight improvement in her condition. The paralysis and the pain disappeared. In three days she got out of bed for the first time. (Click Here)

Dr Daniels states that before starting turpentine therapy it is essential to prepare by drinking lots of water, adopting a suitable anti-Candida diet (Vegan diet – full of raw veggies – no mucus forming foods) and cleaning the bowel (Aloe Ferox protocol by Living Herbal Farmacy). At this stage, it is necessary to have
three daily bowel movements, otherwise the pathogens may get into the blood. She also believes that the use of sugar in this case is beneficial in stopping the sugar craving so common with Candida and in attracting the Candida to the “poison”.
The antimicrobial activities of some commonly used disinfectants on Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Candida albicans O.


Awodele, P. M. Emeka, H. C. Agbamuche, and A. Akintonwa


Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, Idi-Araba. University of Lagos, Nigeria. Accepted 26 February, 2007


The disinfectants; Methylated spirit (Turpentine) and kerosene were observed for their inhibitory activities on Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Candida albicans. This was done by measuring the zone of inhibition of the disinfectants on the tested organisms. (Click Here)



Definitions:


* Gum turpentine is produced in larger amounts than the other terpene solvents and is manufactured by steam distilling the exudation of the living tree. The gum is obtained by scraping the face of the pine tree and collecting the viscous solution of gum that exudes through a gutter and into a cup. The gum usually contains 68% rosin, 20% turpentine and 12% water (Romaine 1932). The gum is collected and steam-distilled. Distillation of the gum results in “gum turpentine” or “gum spirits of turpentine” as the distillate, leaving a residue of gum rosin.


* Wood turpentine, dipentene and pine oil are obtained by steam distillation or extraction of pine stumps.


Sulfate turpentine is obtained as a by-product in the manufacture of sulfate or kraft paper.


Destructively-distilled turpentine and dipentene are recovered from the distillate obtained in the destructive distillation of pine stumps.

In France, kerosene still appears in the official pharmacopoeia as huile de Gabian and is prescribed as a remedy for bronchitis, asthma and cystitis. Even the medical literature contains clinical studies by reputable researchers showing that kerosene is effective against cancer. (Click Here)



History


The production of terpene solvents has been done for centuries. According to Herodotus, the ancient Egyptians used turpentine (Herodotus). It was first known as cedar oil, the name turpentine being derived from the Persian name Termentin or Turmentin.


Turpentine (also called spirit of turpentine, oil of turpentine, and wood turpentine) is a fluid obtained by the distillation of resin obtained from live trees, mainly pines. It is mainly used as a solvent and as a source of materials for organic synthesis. (Click Here)

It is not known when turpentine was introduced in the West, but it was known by the 13th century. It was first used in medicine and mention is made of it by several writes in the 15th century. (Gildemesiter 1916).


Medicinal elixir


Turpentine and petroleum distillates such as coal oil and kerosene have been used medicinally since ancient times, as topical and sometimes internal home remedies. Topically it has been used for abrasions and wounds, as a treatment for lice, and when mixed with animal fat it has been used as a chest rub, or inhaler for nasal and throat ailments. Many modern chest rubs, such as the Vicks variety, still contain turpentine in their formulations.


Taken internally it was used as treatment for intestinal parasites because of its alleged antiseptic and diuretic properties, and a general cure-all[1][2] as in Hamlin’s Wizard Oil. Sugar, molasses or honey were sometimes used to mask the taste. Internal administration of these toxic products is no longer common today.


Turpentine was a common medicine among seamen during the Age of Discovery, and one of several products carried aboard Ferdinand Magellan‘s fleet in his first circumnavigation of the globe.[3]

1 “Rural Life in the United States: Home Remedies”. American Memory Timeline. The Library of Congress. 2002. Retrieved 2008-02-22.

2 Delbert Trew (15 June2007). “Coal Oil was Useful All-Purpose Home Remedy”. Texas Escapes. Blueprints For Travel, LLC. Retrieved 2008-02-22.

3 Laurence Bergreen (2003). “Over the edge of the world : Magellan’s terrifying circumnavigation of the globe”. Retrieved 2009-09-14. (CLICK HERE)



What product to use?


Turpentine is suggested in an oil based carrier and suitably diluted in a 1 to 2 ratio for internal use. The most suitable microbicidal hydrocarbons seem to be those with boiling points between 100°C and 200°C. The lighter and more volatile hydrocarbons, while very effective for cleaning the blood, have a stronger odor and are more difficult to “stomach”, while those boiling over 200°C tend to remain in the intestinal tract and act mainly as laxatives rather than being absorbed for a microbicidal effect in the blood.The range of 100°C to 200°C includes the saturated hydrocarbon chains with seven to 11 carbon atoms. It is interesting to note that the medium-chain fatty acids in coconut oil (MCT) with the strongest microbicidal effects (lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid) have eight to 12 carbon atoms.


Fractionated Coconut Oil contains only the medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) of coconut oil, making it a fluid and very stable oil. It is produced through the hydrolysis of coconut oil and is then fractionated by steam distillation to isolate the MCTs.

For external applications, a 1 to 1 ration with pure peanut oil has been known to be the best. Do not put on the wound but apply all around the wound. Can also create a poultice application with Grape seed oil, Olive oil, Coconut oil, and or Castor oil.


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